What we say
Well worth teeing it up on, Costa Adeje guarantees excellent holiday golf.This fine upstanding venue is preparing to host the Ladies’ Spanish Open between September 18-21.
This Antonio Garrido course was only opened in 2001 but was immediately picked by the Daily Telegraph as the venue for the European Seniors Matchplay final. This is a very scenic course bordered by a lake to one side, over which you can spy the sea. Elsewhere, streams and copious sand traps give you plenty to think about.
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- Address Crta. De Cadiz, 29679 Benahavis, Malaga, ,
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- Website www.flamingos-golf.com
|Course Length||6,459 yards (5,906 metres)|
- Course has: Bar
- Course has: Buggy Hire
- Course has: Driving Range
- Course does not have: Practice Green
- Course has: Pro Shop
- Course has: Restaurant
- Course has: Trolley Hire
- Course does not have: Dress Code
- Course has: Club Hire
- Course does not have: Handicap
Iv`e played this course a few times now and always enjoy my day. A good challenge to all with open wide fairways. The rough is somthing if you havent played the islands before "volcanic ash and prickily pear", but offset by the spectacular views. My favorite the 4th, 229mts, dogleg with shallow ravine on right and wonderful sea view at the end. Try and book direct 53euros! website www.golfcostaadeje.com. Clubhouse is good and friendly starter has plenty of water for you( you do need to keep hydrated)
I have just played the course a week ago october 08, i must say it was a loverly course, great design, very fast greens, and some holes are very challenging, i would say that the course is more for mid to low players but the views are something else, loverly club house and very friendly staff, Mick the head Greens Marshall was a great guy also very friendly and had time to talk and have a laugh and a joke , if you get a chance to play the course you will love it. Its worth the 4 hour plane trip .
Course is good with the exception of the staff. Major maintenance taking place on ALL the bunkers with only 1 or 2 that had sand in them, the rest were solid concrete. OK if you kept out of them (I didn’t!! 6 balls lost in the front 9!!!) or if we had been informed, also paid FULL green fee even with this major maintenance going on. Main downside was the staff, no information given, everything seemed too much trouble. Would not and did not go back!
Nice course with stunning sea views on back 9. Forgiving fairways & volcanic rock replaces the long grass rough which makes play interesting.